I’ve several times had jobs that I thought were going to be my big break, and it didn’t pan out.
I’ve got nice feet. I do pay quite a lot of attention to them. I always have.
I’m appreciative that people appreciate the care I’ve taken of my feet.
I was a musical theatre geek in high school and college.
I don’t believe in paying full price for clothing.
You’re able to do more when you’re not clouded with wasted anxiety.
People tend to comment on my feet a lot. In daily life.
I was born and raised in Nigeria. We lived in England when I was 3 and 4, and I would go to summer school every year in Switzerland.
I pretty much only wear high heels.
I don’t t drink coffee, but I’m a tea addict.
Accents are very easy for me. With me, it’s clothing and makeup and hair and all that stuff that inform how the character moves and feels.
My accent has changed my whole life. When I was younger, it was very Nigerian, then when we went to England, it was very British. I think I have a very strange, hybrid accent, and I’ve worked very hard to get a solid American accent, which is what I use most of the time.
Having a sweet, wide-eyed, awkward character is more charming and allows for more range. If you come from anger, you’re going to reach a ceiling very quickly.
Not to be purple, but I’ve never been a ‘bad boy’ kind of girl. I like manners.
I’m an avid shoe fan. I got my first pair of Louboutins as a birthday gift from Jami Gertz.